(2012): Mike Miller Sinks Seven 3-Pointers in GM5 Of The 2012 NBA Finals

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Prior to Game 5 of the 2012 NBA Finals, Mike Miller was a combined 0-for-3 from beyond the arc in the series. Then, in that series-clinching game, Miller literally came out of nowhere, going 7-of-8 from downtown.

Even though securing his first NBA title was a big deal, there had to be some part of Miller who was disappointed that he was only one three-pointer short of tying the single-game record set by Ray Allen.

Miller finished with 23 points and five rebounds — not bad for a guy who didn’t even eclipse 12 points in the entire postseason.



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